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1 OMAHA DAILY BEE : FBIDAf. JMAKCH 31 188 , . Ml
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS.
HOTELS. PROPRIKTORS TQWA't
ARLINQTON , J. 0. MclNTIRE , Lincoln , Net.
SARATOGA HOTEL , J. 8. 8TELLINIU8 , Mllford , Neb.
MARSH HOUSE , BROWNSVILLE , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL JOHN HANNAN , Stromtburg Ne
MALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL , Loulivtlla
CITY HOTEL , CHENEY & CLARK , Blair , Neb.
COMMERCIAL HOTE. , J. O. MEAD , Nellfth , Neb.
GRAND CENTRAL ? . | 8EYMOUR , N br tka City , Neb
MISSOURI PACIFIC HOTEL , P. L. THORP , Weeping WAter.Ne
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A , O. OAARPER , Hardy , Neb.
GREENWOOD HOUSE , O , W. MAYFIELD , Greenwood , Neb }
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , E. STOREY. Clarlnda , Iowa
ENO'3 HOTEL , E. L. END , Eremont , Neb ,
EXCHANGE HOTEL , C. B. HACKNEY , Athtand , Neb
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK LCVELL , Atklnion , NeD.
MORGAN HOUSE , F. L. GRUBB , Guide Rocri , Neb ,
SUMMIT HOUSE , SWAN & BECKER , Orettcn , I * .
JUDKIN3 HOUSE , JUDKIM3 & BHC. , Red Oak , la ,
HOUSTON HOUSE , GEO. CALPH , Exlra , In ,
REYNOLDS HOUSE , C. M. REYNOLDS , Atlantic , la.
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER , Audubon , In.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 8. BURGESS , Ncola , la.
CITY HOTEL , Dl B. WILLIAMS , Harlan , la ,
PARK HOUSE. MRS. M. E. CUMMINGSt Corning , la.
NEBRASKA HOTEL , J.JL. AVERY , Gtanton ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL , J. W. BOULWARE , Burlington Junction , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blanchard , la.
PARKS HOTEL , F M. PARK , Shenandoali , In ,
COMMERO AL HOTEL , HE.NRV WILLS. D .yld City , Net.
BJQNELL HOUSE , CHAS. BAGNELL. College Springs , la.
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , M. LUTTON , VllllscA , la.
JUDKINS HOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern , la ,
BALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Grove , la
COMMERCIAL HOUSE , B , F. STEARNS , Odebolt , la
GRAND PACIFIC , J. NORTON , Golumbut , Neb.
WOODa HOUSE , JOHN ECKERT , Otceola , Neb ,
DOUOLAB HOUSE , J , 8. DUNHAM , darks Neb.
EXCHANGE HOTEL , O. B. HACKNEY , Ashland , Neb.
W.TJ. MILLAKD. " P. B. JO11NHOX.
. MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Fruits ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMEN IS COUNTRY PRODUCE SOLICITED.
Agents for Feck & Bankers Lard , and Wilber Mills Flour ,
, - - - .
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELB. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
1108 FARAM ST. OMAHA.
PILLSBURY'S BEST !
Buy the PATENTqPROGESS
always gives satisfaction , because it
superior article of Bread , and is the Chear
est Flour in the market. Every sack
warranted to run alike or
, \Ai. \ M. YATES , Cash Grocer.
12 yds. Lonsdale Muslin $1.00.
12 yds. Fruit of Loom Muslin 1.00.
16 yds. Fine Brown Muslin 1.00.
21 yds. Priints 1.00.
20 yds. Dress Goods 100.
14 yds. Ginghams 1.00.
20 yds. Crash Toweling 1.00.
8 yds. Lonsdale Cambric 1,00.
Renfrew Dress Ginghams 10.
8-4 Pepperal Sheeting Bleached 25.
9-5 Pa peral Sheeting Bleached - 27.
10-4 Pepperal Sheeting Bleached 30.
Having Imported the above from Spain and from fiist Hands ,
we am enabled to make tb.3 ab.volow prim
WE LEAD IN LOW PRICES.
To keep these Gooda out ol the hands of our competitors , wo
will not ell more than the quantity named in any one bill.
OUR lOc'RIBBON ' DEPARTMENT
Is Jar ahead of anything yet offered in this city ,
"OUR EASTERN BUYER. "
Is Sending us Lots of Bargains. We shall open in a few days
' lOc. Department.
F : * . .
That will astonish you when you see it , See the Line of
Gents' 25o Fancy Half Hose ,
L B. WILLIAMS & SONS ,
1422 and 1424 Dodge Street.
A EC BUM IN BRICKS-
Ten Toutof Gold Carted to the
Door of the Mint.
Armed Messengers Escort From Now
. York Five Million Dollars' Worth
of Matal hat Will Fiy A way
Again fas Englos
There wasnn unwonted bustle about
the west basement ontrniice of tlio
United States Jlint shortly before 3
o'clock yoaterduy afternoon. One of
the Adaini Express Company's Rrent
wnKons , drawn by a pair of nugnili.
cent black horses , hud just stopped in
front , and iinineilmtcly a dozen hands
were Iransfuring its load of tint , ctiri
oils-looking boxes , tightly bound with
hoop-iron , to the gloomy depths of
the adjoining basement. There were
twenty-seven of tin so mysterious enao
iu tilt ! loiul , and though they wore ap
parently no bulkier than a proco.'a
box of raisins , they were laboriously
raised on end and slid down an in
clined plane to a truck , there being
appiumitly no ambition to support
them witli unaided muclc3. A fuw
momenta' brisk work sent the springs
of the wnRon back to normal | ui > i < ion ,
and with a evident air ot n hof , the
horses spoudod it away at a busk trot.
A second wagon then drew up , then a
third and u fourth , and tliu t < , un < J per-
formunce was gone tlirougli with ,
lioyond the fact that each of the
drivers hadan armed attendantthough
the lattur'a appearance gave no hint
of ihe binill arsenal concealed about
him , there wns nothing in the preco-
duio to indicuto that $5,000,000 of
iokl ; bullion was uncased in these
strange iron-bound boxes. "Tliu is
the second installments said Superin
tendent Snowdun to a Proes reporter ,
"of § 30,000,000 of bullion ordered to
the Mint from the Now York Assay
Olh'ua. Wo have something like § 17-
000,000 on hand now , aim this S30-
000,000 , which will come in Sa,000-
000 lots , at intervals of a week or ao ,
will still leave'a round § 20,000,000 in
Now York. The trannfur in nmdo to
relieve their vaults and to give us bul
lion sufliciont for the laige coinage
demands now made upon us averag
ing about § 7,000.000 per month. "
As may be imagined , the shipment ,
of this vahublo treasure was accom
pliahed with the greatest colurity , and
no precaution ensuring its oufuty WHB
omitted. From the Assay ( Jllieo in
Now York to the vault of the Mint
in Philadelphia it was in the custody
of the Adams Express Company , leav
ing the former pl.ico at 11 o'clock yes
terday morning and arriving hero as
started c.boro. Two cars were used
in its transportation , each in charge
of a special messenger attended simi
lar government shipments between
Assay Ofiiefli and tho" Mint. Though
armed with tlu t % o iipletcncnoss which
the value of their charge would sug
gest , the messenger has little relish
for these trips. In case of the slight
est accident thu millions of treasure
surrounding him on every side are
turned into very instruments of death.
A car oil' the track would send tumb
ling down upon hiin a dozen of these
two-hundred pound boxcsof "bricks. "
and death would bo instant as the
TEN TONS OF OOLD.
The 85,000,000 which came yester
day consisted of a thousand and odd
"bricks , " filling 100 boxesundweigh
ing in the neighborhood of ten tons
This morning the boxes will bo open
ed each "brick" will bo weighed and
assayed and the results compared with
the record of.weight and the fineness
contained in the invoice. A "brick , "
it must be icniembercd , is not the
mere dull muss of matter which its
clayey name suggests. It is a sepa
rate and distinct entity , has a number
and description of us own , and is as
tracablu as any bank note or Govern
ment-bond. There is little in its appearance
pearanco to excite one's cupidity. It
is a yellow chunk , with some lustre ,
about the flixj of a bar of chocolate ,
and weighing from 18 to 20 pounds.
To steal a boxof | thom'in transit would
bo an operation involving no loss inus-
cjo than daring , and while no robbers
luck the latter , very few of the craft
uru in the habit of picking up 200
pound packages. Notwithstanding
this serious obstacles to would be
plunderers , the express officials are
never easy wliilo these golden bars are
in their care ; and it wan with a mani
fest of relief that Agent Arrison yes
terday afternoon received Colonel D.
M. Evans * receipt on behalf of the
It happens that just at this particu
lar timu thu bullion receipts at the
Mint are more than balanced by the
daily shipment coin. For the lust
eleven da > s the sum of $1,000,000 in
eagles and iialf-cagles has been daily
sent to the Hub-Treasury in Now
York , and this outflow will bo kept up
till the 817,000,000 ordered to that
repository has been supplied.
M. Louis llc , ' | > uljk'ui. | ;
It in given out that Muj.-tiun ,
McDjuoll is at an early day to bu re
tired. Ho has served out the nuus-
1110 of time required by the govern
ment to entitle him to responsibilities
of actual service. The vacancy thus
to bo made it in supposed wilt bo filled
by some one of the six brigadier-gen-
orals now in Horvico. Of theae John
Pope , Alfred U. Terry and floorgo
C'rook uro moat .proininoi t y named
As the aurvi e of the regular army
now is iiuitiiy in connection with the
IndiuriB aim the defence ot the fron
tiers , it is no disparagement of others
to say that the promotion of Oon.
Crook would bust subserve the public
interotta. He has
nut only had a
must valuable experience , but appears
to have genius for the very work to
which the army is now callud. To
unsurpassed gallantry he adds the
quality of natural " "
"insight" into In-
Uian character , rarely mistaking the
motive and secret springs of action of
that wily and incorrigible race. Ho
has probably done and suffered more
than any other soldier in rccentfyears
in the frontier service. Ho has rarely
mude jblundor and never met dieast or.
Justice to the service and duo regard
for the safety of the homes , and lives
of the people who pioneer our civiliza
tion seem to point to the promotion of
Gen. ( Jeo. Crook. No inexorable sys
tem of promotion ought to cause such
especial qualities as wo have named to
bu disregarded in the Holoctioa of the
three mayor-generals of our little
army. The best judgement of tho'
country would ino heartily approve
of the advancement of Gen. Crook.
Sudden Clmngoa oftho WoathorO-
Pulmonary , bronchial , and asth
matic troubles. "Brown's Bronchial
Troches" will rllay irritation which
induces coughing , oftentimes giving
immediate relief. in2-lw ! )
NAM1NU THE BABY.
Difficulty Experienced by n Fnthor in
Performing This Important Duty.
Robert Holmcs.of 2320 Vinostroet ,
was in the dock at Central Station
yesterday , fora healing on the
of assault nnd battery preferred by
his wife , Mary. Robert had otitrniju-
otisly beaten her and kicked her down
stairs. Mui > istrato South asked the
jinsonor what ho had to say in reply
to the chnr o. Robert then went on
to relate the family trouble the cause
of which was a little , innocent -
months-old babe. About two weeks
ago the father suggested having the
little one uiuned , but to this the moth
er demurred , saying she would have
to wait until she could buy a clonk ,
Holmes says th t on the next Satur
day nipht he gave her 88,75 out of the
80 ho hid made , and naked her ulut
she intended to name the baby , tell
ing her that blip could call it after hi r
self , her mother or nnynno ulao , ex
cepting her sister. Mrs. Ilolnusgrew
indignant and insisted thatnlm would
cull it after her aister. The child wnu
christened , however , and to see it uas
done right , Hubert attended liimtelf ,
much ugiunsb his wishes. The moth
er imuuvl it. Miryiiftorhorselfonly : ho-
calico Dm presence of her husb.iml
compelled her to do it ; but she made
up her mind to make things warm for
her huahand , and grow very sulky.
Slie refused to uet his inouls and to
caress him as she had formerly doi.e.
This want of affection worried the hus
band exceedingly , and he sought sot-
ace. in 10 bottlo. Aftr imbibing nu-
ineion- draughts h returned homo ,
and suit the ntubborn uifo lefuaod to
get hio meals. K'ibert repeated his
errand to a neighboring saloon suvural
times , nnd ut List bccumu bo einaucd
tint ho knockid her nvor , pulled her
hair nnd iqro-v lu-r down stairs. The
vvil'c baid that ho triud to make it up
with her , and every tinm ho went to
pet n drink ho brouyhl her si me beer ,
winch bho drank. ' 'Thou you did
really strike horinquired Magistrate
South. "Why , of course I did , " was
the reply. "Six hundred dollars bail
to answcd at couit. " "All right , "
said the prisoner , "thank you. "
At Lincoln , Neb. , on Thurscliy 30th Marj > at
2 o' lock p. in. , 1,100 head of younjf Kittled cwm
In laniln , In 1018 to suit. KODUla A ROE.
SPECIAL ORDINANCE NO. 290
Forlevjliik-a special tax for the construction
and repair of aldoualki.
Uu Itordaltud by tlio City Council ot the city
S cr ON 1. Tint icvornl the sum set opp"ito
to tno 'ollowlng described prcmisos lo-wit :
I ot 1 , block 4,1 , S22 OS.
Lot 3. block 4'J. S17 82.
Lot 11 , Week 11 , Shlmi'B addition , $12.05.
Lnt 12 , block 12 , Shlnn's addition , t2 00.
Lot IS , block 1 , Armstrongs addition , $33 43.
Lot W 44t. ( 8 , hlock 2l,7J , $2200.
Susan lltch , lot 18 , section 16 , T15II13 , 82040
Jamca 0. Slattcr. lot 10 see. ID , T 16 U 13
Anna M [ McCormlck , lot 22 , toe. 15 T 15 H 13
Klla A. Atmid , let 23 , nee. 16.T1D It 13 ,
0. F. OooJnian , lot 7 , tec. 27 T 16 H 13 $20034
Being Ihp C'Ht ' and exp > nacs , appr 0 bv tin
City Council for tno construi lion and ropilra uf
thu Rldcualks In frunt f and adjoining said
prinl < caby Charles tlar.'In r In nurauanco of a
L-O tract cnlcrcd In'o by the L'lly of Omani
with CharliH Oanllncr anil af ur thu fatlurn of
tluionne thereof to do t u B.UHO , after duu no
tko ba nnd the sunn nru lirraby ri'iKcively | :
l < vied anduifecpsctl a ainttcacliof fahl 'o'd ' parla
01 lots nt.cl preniUuK , | > nyab'c to thu cityTruasui cr
within thlity (30) ( ) da\H from thU unto.
MO / . 'I'hie ordinance HI all tiku effect and bo
In force from utu vftej Its ii.m no.
TIIOH. II. DAILY ,
IWt. City Council.
l'as cd iSIaich 21 , 1882.
J. J. L. O. .Tr.wwr ,
Approved , J. E. BoYl ) ,
flavor nf Omaha.
The above mentioned taxrn will liccomo delin
quent on April , 21'tltt2 , alter whl hdatoap n-
alty of ten per cent , will bu iddail , tofeth-r vllh
Interest at the rate of one i cr o n' . per month ,
payable In advance. TltUMAN IIUCK ,
61 < 'i v Treasurer.
D. S , BENTON ,
ATTORNEY . AT - LAW
ProuosiilH IVirPrtvliin Strootujn the
City of Oiuubii , Nubratltn.
Kcaloil proilia'8 will bo received by the under.
milled until JUtuidiy , April 16th , 1P8. , HI o'clock
noon , for thu pa 'Ini ; of Uout.'lai mr .t and ihu
Irony urcets between I ) ujrlaii and Farnhain
from ( Mh to 10th i-triits , Including Utli and IVth
First , For a foundation ' f eoncrcto 0 Inches In
thickness with a supcrntriitturu eonipoto ) of a
cruosotoj cedar block B Inches In length net "Itli
a.plialt ai d Bind ,
biuond , For a found tlon ol concrota 0 Intljui
In tlileknunn with afcUper triK-tiuo tompoxcd of
cnnsotu > plrio plank Hlnenosln lenjtb , not with
a i , hilt and Hand ,
TlnrJ , I'or founiUtlon ol cl an co/reo i > nd
or cravil 12 Irirho * In thlclineHH .with a miper
utructuru coni | > OHUi of cedar hlock 8 Indies In
Icniitli and not leas than 4 nor more than b Inches
In diameter to bout wl h a | ialt | and H n , Ihe
eanil r grovel for foundation to hu thorouudly
ainniuM or rolled. All the work to be tone In
accurdHM'a with i ccllleatlon * and under the dh
ruction ol the city engineer ,
Al.o , the el ty will consider proposal ! for jay.
InK with Kim ulocki or any other water. al , or
any other mode ol construction.
All ( itopoaali or bids Khali ba acrompanled bv
the nanirB of proponed surttlo * , who , In thu
event ot contract belnjf awarded
will enter Into a bond with the city of
Oinahi for the trui ) and faithful ] Krlorra : nco of
The city council reserves the right to reject
any a il all hIJs.
Knvelopei containing proponlt o hldi Bhall
be marked "I'ropoaali for i'avlni ; DougUi Struct
and C'roaa HtreeU In thn City of Omahu , " and ad-
drc88oj to the uaderilirned.
J. J , L. 0.'JKWCTT ,
n.i.ha. March 10th , 1882. City Cleric.
OAVIS & SKYQER ,
lliO" ) Fnrnh m St. , . . . Omaha , Nebra
.00.000 UCS ,
: nuully inlocioU loud In I'MUitu Nobra k foi
tilt , Great Uur lai In uoproied farnu , nd
Oiuaha city property.
> . r..DAVI8
] ud friTi U. P.
' ! Sioux Bity & Paoiflo
THP I. HUfJTl
MI | ir > irli 'roir
Ot.il ; . . ti i " I. ) IH
Without Ut)4Hfti > I'di" . i MI > 17 Hour <
- It la-
X-OC3 > MILK3 THE 3lMllf"V ! niilTI
OOUNOIL BLUFPi ?
10 ST. PAUL , JltNNUAPOJ.tS
Otllitmt on rtlKMAiti.'U
'idill iirtinu tn hoithd'i IOWH , , i , , IPI ! cd
! ) ! . ( . ( . Thll lli.o ! fiiulnini tth t'ninifO } > id
V r U Khi > n < n Automatic At-hr\ ! > i' ' Wlllj
i" . .f < irm Oarl" ' * l PnT r : unil fm
rinithrotlirli WlTHiM I UlAMJK Iwtmfii Kan
nx City and St. faul , via Connctl lll'iils an '
Triln < le. * o Union I'lolli Trsii'fcr at Coin ,
'II ' 111 arts , .it " :3ft p. in. dittly > ni nrrh.Nl cl K\n > \ -
'lty. fit. Joseph and OUUIK'.I HlulT * tr ln from
the bouth. Arrlilnir at Rloux City ltJ6p. : in
Mid at the New Unlou lCnt | at St. i'anl at 12:3' :
noon.nouim IN ACVAM.K or ANY.OIIIKH
nlifr In taking il < bloti < City Honti
you set a Through I'mln. D.c ShottrAtnt \ \
the Quickest Time and & coiuloiUMo Itlilo In lh <
Tliroiuh i nrn hftwceu
COUNCIL IILUFKA AND ST. I'AUU
r , < T.Su that } our Ticket * t tJ VIA the "Sloilt
City niul I'arlfk lUMuvkd '
J. 9. WArri.KS , J. H. 11UCI1ANAN
Stlperliitciulcnt. Ocu'l I'aw. A
I' . K. IIU11IKSON , Ai-s't lieu'l Pa-n. Ak-'t. ,
.Ml * ) iitl Valley , Iowa.
W. K. DAVIS , Koutlmiwton Virpnt.
IVinnol l < infT IOWA
1880. SHORT LINE ,
M Mil ( > 1L <
Direct Line to ST. LOUIZ *
I ( Jl4t , l O ) CM1 b ll\fH II
! ! ' mit one b < > Ut > ud
onAUor.s.inJ IN AOVA.NCROI ALL
OTIIKU LIMK % .
Ih : > cntlia line u u < | Ui | > iii > d ltli Pulhann
L'tdaca Sietplriit Cnr. ' , I'AHCH ) > ay C'oachoa , Ullli r'
Gaiety t'latforin and Coupler , and the celobratnil
di * eo Uir.t > our tli.ut ruaiil VIA nAIJMA
CITV , T. JOMU'H & COUNCIL KLUFl-BUai ;
roajl , via St. Joiwii ! niul St. t uK
Tlcketo for tlc fci r.ll i. upon utatlonsla Ih
tt'wol. J. V. nAUNAIin ,
A C. IU W Lb , < . u , rfupl. , tit. Jcnoph , Mo
( Ion. P o J Ticket A < r , St. Joseph , Jto.
ASiw lliiiHH.s , Ticket ARonJ.
I'JvO I'&inhiun otrcit
A. U. Diutii.n Oo.'iertil Anent ,
Oil A II A. NB
West'for boliii ; the mu-t direct. < | ulcktttt , in
afost line cnnnoctlni ; the iire.it MotropoH" . GUI
CAUO , and the K.VhinaN , Konrn-RiBTiiui , i > f I
and SOUTII-KASTPRN LINUX , nhlchtormlnatotherc ,
with KANSAS CITT , LHAVKNWOUTII , ATOIMBON ,
COUNCII , ViMrra nnd OMAHA , the COMMIBCIII
CIMTURS from which ndlatn
EVERY LINE OF RWAD
that pouctratM the Continent from the Ulstiuur
Blvor to the Pacific Hloun. Tlio
OHJOAGO ROOK ISLAND & PA
la the only line from Chicago owning track In
Kantian , or which , by Itj own road , reaches th
nolntfl alovo named. NoTKAHyi'XEH BT UAnnLA'iH
No unniNfi cxis.irc-rit'NsI No huddling In III
vciitlUtcd or uuclccn e\r , a1) o\ery im
carrkxl In roomy , clean Mid ventilated coueho
uv > on Fa6t Kxpre'-a Train' ,
DAT CAP.H of unrlvale-l iui.vnlfcen'.v : ) , 1'uu.MAk
I'ir.ACrt SLEKPINQ CXIIL , ( .nd aurotvnucrld-fonout
Uuimo CARS , ni > on hlrh mtnN uro fcrc l of un
mtrpiwod ojuellfiiro. ut ! ) is low rate of Bmnwv
FIMI CX.NTH XAC.'i , with nmplc tluio for boulthlu
Throu h Cam bctwocn Chicago , Pcorla , 1111
waukro and Mbaourl ItiMr Polnto ; and clone ecu
nfjctloi.u at all points of Intrr.ioctlon with otboi
Wo ticket ( da not forget tnls ) directly to avorx
place ol Importance In Hnniw. Nebraska. Illi-V
HlllH , WjoinluR , Utr-h , Idaho , Kovtda , Cillfcrr. j ,
Orcj-on , Wa hlnKton Territory , Colorado , Arlsonn
and New JIo lco.
Anil bcral r.rranguim-i.t regardinK baKif K '
any other line , and rutoi ol 'are al aye aal ow i
competltora , who furnlnh but A lithe o the com
fort.Dora and tacklr of ui Jitaiien truu.
Tlcltota , mail ! ) and foldrn nt all prluclpa
oBlcea In the United Stati * and Canada.
It. H. CAI1LE , r. &T. JOHN ,
Vice Prcs't & don. Hun. Tkt tndPaaa'rAji
Utnurer , Chlcairn _ fihloirn
n any stage
Old Sores ,
B O I LS ,
Cures When Hot Springs F < iil
MAVuns , AUK , , May 2. 1881.
Wo have cnoi In nnr own town who mcd at
Hot bpringn , and woie finally tured with B. H. N.
MCOAMMON& Alfit Y.
" " *
IK YOU doubt.coma tootu and W"fc"WLl7
CUItK YOUlt OK charge riothltu 11 Write for
iiartlcularB and iopy o' little Hook 'Meenago
to the Unfortunate HunVrlntf. '
1.OOO Rowaril wiirbo 1-aTd to any
chomuit who will llnd , on aimiyBU 100 bottle *
8 B. 8. , ana particle of Mercury lodldo i'otoi-
Blum or nny Mineral imbalance.
HW1FT SPECIFIC CO. Hrops.
Atlanta , Oa.
Price of Small elio , (1.00.
Ij\rgo ilzo 81.76.
Sold by KKNNAUD DUOS. & CO. ,
ud Druir 'Uts llenerallv
J. C. ELLIOTT & CO ,
Plumbing , Steam & Gas Fitting !
Turbine Water Motor.
Pumps , Pipe Flttliii ; and Bras *
Cor. 14th and llarnoy , Omaha , Neb ,
A WATKK MoroulN CoMtrinr OVBUATIOK.
" BLACK-DRAUGHT "
AlrililKieknge of -
free nf charge ,
M. & M. PEAVY
1309 Farnham Street.
THE imm WALL PAPSR AND SHADE HOUSE WEST OF OHIOAGO
1118 Farnham Street.
Betwe n llth and 12tn Streets Opposite 'Dewey &
Opens his New Art Palace with
an Entire New Stock of
No Old Patterns in the House , Everything New ani
All our Domcna iiud Patterns for the coming soagon are up to
thu times. Our Imo cotupriuus all the Styles and Novelties ,
worked in the moat popular coloriutji * ; it is second to none as to
styles and pricec , nud by wiviupf them an inspection you mny
eoo the most Novel , Original and Beautiful hue of Wall and.
Ceiiiujr Papers , and Window Shade. " , which have t > ver been
sabmittedfor the'approval of the oitizons of Oinahu.
HPUUUL ATTENTION' OIVUN TO TUB
DECORATING AND PAPER NANCINO ,
Of Parlors. Libraries , Dming-Rooms Oflices , Churches ,
etc. , Employing Only First Class Mechanics ,
and Giving Personal Attention to
ESTIMATE FURNISHED ON
House , Sign and Decorative Painting
Sole Agents for
WARREN'S METALLIC CENTERPIECES.
Carrying twenty-four different otylea , from $1.50 to $10.00.
1118 Farnham StreetNew , ( Brick Building. )
BOOK SELLER AND STATIONER
AND DKAUSK N-
Wall Paper and Window Shades.
1304 Farnham St. Omaha Neb.
TO ALL WHO HAVE
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
TO HE REPAIRED
El IDsT QIEt -A. V I ItsT G-
TO BE DONE Oil
JEWELRY , MANUFACTURED.
While our Work is'better , our Prices are Lower
than all others
I received all of the SIX FIRST PREMIUMS
offered for Competition in our line
Over All Competitors
For the Best Watch Work ,
For the Best Jewelry , ( own make. )
For the Best Engraving ,
For the Best Diamonds ( own importation )
FOR THE BEST
DISPLAYED ; ETC.
Having lately enlarged my workshops and putting In now und improve \
omnory , I hope to atill nioro improve thu quality and finish of our
ork and fill ordora with more promptness tha n la usual
My Mcllo ban alwaya boon and always wjMJ p ; "First to gain aupurlor '
ties and then advertise the fact not poToro no wild advortisomonta
Seme unprincipled dealers being in the habit of copying ray
uciiounconioiita , I would bog you , the raador of tjua , to
draw a line between uuch copied advortiuoinonta
mid thoao of Yours very truly , ;
A. B. HJBERM4N
The Reliable Jeweler , Omaha , Neb. ,
of the Striking Towr Cflock
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